Student from Munich fined €1,000 for spying on 32 different computers, using their webcams to take photographs, or record their keyboard history.
A Danish mayor is to complain at the lack of flagpoles at Fredensborg palace, the royal family's autumn retreat, which makes it impossible to fly the beloved Dannebrog.
A UNESCO resolution on Friday condemned Israel's actions in East Jerusalem.
Sweden received 70 percent fewer requests for asylum in the period between January and September 2016 than it did during the same time last year, the country’s justice and migration minister Morgan Johansson has revealed.
Dozens of Calais minors are still hanging their hopes on help from the UK, but not all will be so lucky.
"I brought the toe with me to school once to show my classmates. I said, 'I’ve got his toe at home'. No one believed me, so I brought it there to show them."
A comprehensive new survey of 143 startup founders shows how much you are likely to be earning at a German startup, from entry level all the way up to sitting on the board.
A Norwegian court on Friday confirmed that conditions have been met to extradite a controversial Iraqi Kurdish cleric to Italy to face terrorism-related charges.
Fancy a quick run with the one-legged man?
Writer Roger Hill details his journeys on the boats that carry books over Stockholm's waterways and to its most remote places.
This video is not for sufferers of ratophobia (or musophobia as the condition is officially called).
Police suspect arson in the blaze, as well as a similar incident which occurred last Sunday.
Armed men have attacked a boat carrying migrants off Libya, leaving at least four dead and 15 missing, German NGO Sea-Watch said on Friday.
Did you know one woman is in charge of funding research and higher education in Sweden? We sat down with Minister Helene Hellmark Knutsson to find out what the hardest part of her job is, what she wants to change, and why she thinks everyone should study abroad.
A middle-aged man from southern Germany has died after being attacked by a group of men who took umbrage with the fact he was urinating in the vicinity of a church.
A Norwegian Islamist fighting in Syria murdered the two-year-old son of a fellow jihadi, after marrying the man's ex-wife, journalist Åsne Seierstad has claimed in her new book, Two Sisters.
A Sicilian priest and a soldier have been arrested for sexual abuse, which they carried out under the guise of spiritual 'healing', local media reported on Friday.
The bad news just keeps coming from the Swedish telecoms giant.
Comic Con returns to the Austrian capital on November 19th-20th at the Messe Wien.
Montreux is to put itself forward as the host city for the 2026 winter Olympics as part of a potential bid by the cantons of Valais and Vaud.
Check out these seven look-a-likes of well known German figures - we admit that some are more tenuous than others...
"Local tax payers have a right to know," says local far-right party chief.
Israel is seeking to buy three more advanced submarines from Germany at a combined price of €1.2 billion, an Israeli newspaper reported Friday.
The name of Spanish restaurant chain 'La Mafia' is "contrary to accepted principles of morality", the EU has decided.
Germans down south seem to know the secret to a long life.
The percentage of the German population which identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender is higher than anywhere else in Europe, according to a new study.
Posts on the teacher's Facebook page referred to an "invasion of refugees" and called for migrants to be "burned alive".
Catch a Car, already in Basel, launches in Geneva next month.
The social media giant had censored a video explaining how women should check for suspicious lumps in their breasts.
A 33-year-old man from Bornholm has admitted to being the driving force behind a Scandinavian-language paedophile ring, a prosecutor has claimed on the first day of the trial.
A gang of three Afghani drug dealers has been busted in Vienna.
One of Britain's most wanted fugitives was arrested on the Costa Del Sol following a tip-off from an expat just hours after his face appeared on a public appeal.
The spectacular drone footage captures both Sweden's south and the opposite extreme, thousands of kilometres north.
What you need to know about Friday's general strike.
A "Reichsbürger" and his wife attacked police officers on Thursday, just a day after another Reichsbürger fatally shot an officer in Bavaria.
A young Hungarian woman has died after being crushed by a snowcat piste machine on the Dobratsch mountain in Carinthia.
The thieves pretended to be couriers then threatened staff with tear gas to get the watches.
Spanish lawmakers approved on Thursday measures to reduce the public deficit and keep it under the target agreed with the European Union.
One survivor has recounted the horrific night through illustrations.
If you're a foreigner living in Italy, does that make you an expat? Or an immigrant?
Barcelona's Picasso Museum unveiled an exhibition on "Cubism and War" on Thursday depicting how one of the most influential artistic styles of the 20th century survived the First World War.
Switzerland's gender pay gap means from today, Friday October 21st, women in the country will effectively be working for free for the rest of 2016.
"It is not a job. It's a passion, a real sickness!"
From consulting a book doctor to immersing yourself in an author's world with the help of virtual reality, here are five things not to miss at this week's Frankfurt Book Fair, the world's largest publishing event.
Despite worsening weather, attempts at the perilous crossing continue. A total of 2,400 migrants have been rescued since Sunday alone.
Sweden could be allowed to keep ID controls on its border with Denmark beyond the current end date of November, following discussions among EU leaders in Brussels last night.
A fourth night of protests shows government efforts to ease anger among French police have been fruitless.
The Federal Court of Justice (BGH) ruled on Thursday that parents whose children don't receive placements in nursery care are entitled to compensation.
A new study into the gender pay gap suggests Sweden still has some work to do.
If favourite Alain Juppé is elected, Britain and France are in for some difficult negotiations.
The 10 Girard-Perregaux watches are worth half a million euros in total.
There's something fishy about the human jawbone – it has its origins in the placodermi, a jowly species of fish that lived 400 million years ago, Swedish and Chinese researchers say.
An arson attack in Malmö that caused only minor damage and was barely reported in the media has been claimed by terror group Isis.
This tasty cake is an autumn staple in Swedish cafés. Why not make it yourself!